Hi Lynette and Maria.Here are a few more things that you might want too try. First, in the properties window of jaws, Insert j and alt plus enter key, make sure while yourin the jaws window, have jaws run the window as maximized instead of normal window. 2, in any other applications that you run where you use speech of jaws extensively, go into the properties of that application such as word, outlook, or outlook express 6, and make sure that those windows in both applications are maximized. Its been my experience, that when all of these windows are maximized that the system operates with speech more effectively whileusing speech. Also, if none of these suggestions work, try refreshing the screen using the key stroke caps lock plus escape. It will say, screen refreshed. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Lynne" <superlynne@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <infoshare@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 6:44 PMSubject: [infoshare] Re: One other suggestion regarding your netbook problem.
Thanks much, Al. We'll try it all. Lynne Thank----- Original Message ----- From: "Albert Cutolo" <acutolo@xxxxxxxxxx>To: <infoshare@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 5:58 PM Subject: [infoshare] One other suggestion regarding your netbook problem.Good evening Lynette and Maria.there is one more suggestion that I thought you might want to try regarding your netbook problem is, Try unloading jaws first while the netbook is running with caps lock key f4 wait about 30 seconds too a minute or so, then use the control plus alt, plus j keys it should then say, jaws for windowsis ready then open one or more applications and use the say all command caps lock key down arrow and see if the quality of the speech is at its normal behavior, as it was before.